Innovation and failure - from words to deeds

By Cecilia Thirlway on 30 November 2017
Topics: guest posts, innovation, insight, Solverboard Work
We came across this post by Boston-based innovation consultant Eugene Ivanov earlier this week, and loved it so much we asked if we could re-post it here.
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The EBN tech camp, Italy and a cow

By Toby Bartholomew on 10 November 2017
Topics: creative thinking, innovation, Solverboard Work, Solverboard news
Can you remember where you woke up this morning? Imagine that you wake up there again tomorrow...and are lying next to a fully-grown cow.
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Contest Challenges, Showcase and Teams – new Standard price tier

By Cecilia Thirlway on 22 October 2017
Topics: Solverboard Work, Solverboard news
We’re doing a dance of joy over at Solverboard, as our new Standard package is now available for all existing and new customers.
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Scaling down: picking the best small innovation team

By Cecilia Thirlway on 13 October 2017
Topics: creative thinking, Solverboard Work
Most people have heard of Amazon chief Jeff Bezos’ two-pizza rule: if a meeting can’t share two pizzas, then there’s too many people in the room.
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Wondering about using innovation software? A few things to think about

By Cecilia Thirlway on 19 July 2017
Topics: conference report; front end of innovation;, idea management, ideas; idea management;, innovation, insight, software, Solverboard Work, Solverboard World
Photo by Tachina Lee on Unsplash Please note: in February 2018 Solverboard for Business became Solverboard Work, and Solverboard Open became Solverboard World. Find out more about these changes here. It’s a confusing old world out there...
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